College Athletics Landscape Shifts Again With NIL Underway

Name, Image, and Likeness (NIL) is here for college athletes, as July 1 marks the beginning of a new era in which players can cash in on their high-profile status. So, what does this mean, and how can UNC student-athletes gain financially in addition to what they get for cost of attendance, Pell Grants, and other benefits associated with an athletic scholarship? (Tar Heel Illustrated)

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College Athletics Landscape Shifts Again With NIL Underway

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